Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR

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Aristotole's Abstract Acrostical {X 1 to The Power of Zero}

Attitude, with a format alpha
Accepting, the linguistical tic
Barring algorithmic murmur
Spooning for cadence, tempo
Whilst uttering anglo-saxons
Sensational lexicon, take that
Objectionable to Lallus Hindi
A parlance sweet and socratic

The above work is a 'Double Acrostical', compliments
to the additional employment of 'Cryptic Verse'format.
In other words, one of the acrostics is a fairly easy find,
and, for the most part follows the basic acrostic format.
However the other acrostic is encrypted, yet, with a wee
bit of keen eyeshot, one should be able to dig it out from
within the body of the work without too much shoveling.
Good Luck............................................. .......................FjR

Submitted: Sunday, December 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: acrostic

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